PC37X with the Sennheiser single 1/8" cable (purchased separately)

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OmarDilipak
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May 18, 2020
Does the mic work with the single cable??? If so can you link the cable??
JohnTHaller
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May 18, 2020
It does. See the link in the full set of comments here.
Brizzendan
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Apr 23, 2020
Hey man, if you just plug the audio jack into your controller and leave the microphone jack dangling, does that work perfectly for audio? I like the sleek look of the shorter combo cord you have but may want to just try the headset first before I buy both at once. Thanks.
Logan2013
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Dec 26, 2019
does the original cable not fit into the xbox controller?
JohnTHaller
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Jan 20, 2020
The original cable is a split cable for mic and headphones for use with PC. It's also long. You can combine them with an adapter, but if you're using it primarily with a console, the OEM cable for it is much more convenient.
JohnTHaller
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Sep 24, 2019
I bought the Sennheiser 1/8" plug cord once I received the headset. It's shorter, so much easier for console gaming than adding a dual 1/8" to single 1/8" adapter to the long cord that comes with the headset.
JohnTHaller
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Dec 31, 2019
The ASIN is B06XW4WX55 and the model number is 506507. Enter the ASIN in the search box on Amazon and it'll show up first. Currently $28.89.
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